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The Chronicle. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
SATURDAY, AiARCH 3, 1877. -4---- Is Mr. BERRY sane or insane? Has he the feelings of a gentleman, or even of a man? Would any man, who had any respect for himself, lie under the imputation of treachery to his party a single day, without resenting it? Seeing that so fair an opportunity was afforded him at the Lillydale meeting on Tuesday evening last of replying to the charges of Mr. G. P. SMITH against him at Hawthorn, would any man, with the smallest sense of honor have acted, as Mr. BERRY did, in allowing such an opportunity to slip? Mr. SMITH's charge against Mr. BERRY is, that he offered to sell the "liberals" in August, 1875, and serve under Sir JAMES M'CULLOCH, whom he now so roundly abuses, in connexion with Mr. MACPHERSON, Mr. G. P. SMITH, and Mn. Puavas, and he allows judgment to go by default. There could be no shuffling out of this charge, as there was, in endeavor at least, in Sir CHARLES MAcMAHno?s case, by alleging that the word "corrupt" did not mean "corrupt," and he...
EARLIER INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
EARLIEIt INTELLIGENCE. NEW SOUT1I WALES. SYDsafr, March 1. Mr. Piddington's motion for adjournment was negatived on a division by 25 to 23. Sir William Gregory is a guest at Go vernment House. After an excessively hot day, a storm is impending. Country telegrams report rain to-day at Twofold Bay, Brewarrina, Bega, Bourke, Gabo, Yass, Tumut, Kiandra, Wagga Wagga, Grenfell, and Young. A southerly gale was reported at Jervis Bay at noon. Arrangements have been made by the Australian Blondin to cross Middle Harbor. Mr. Levy's concerts continue to be well pationised, and Mrs. Cutter has become a great favorite. Sailed : Hero, s., for Melbourne.
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
A USTRALiAN TELEGR.AMS1. &USTSALIAX ASSOCIATED PUrN TiELIRAMI. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, March 2. The libel action of LANOTON versus Tan Aoz was commenced to-day. The witnesses examined were Mr. Finlaysoa, of the Hobson's Bay Railway Company, Mr. Jamieson of the South Melbourne Gas Company, and Mr. Langton.: Mr. Langton was cross-examined with regard to his political character. The case will be resumed to-morrow. The evidence was concluded to-day. Only counsel's address and the summing up to-morrow. In the Insolvency Court to-day, C. T. Rawley was ordered to be imprisoned for nine mouths for offences against the In solvency Statute. The Governor returns from his country tour this evening. The R.M.S. Assam left Adelaide at two o'clock this morning. The South Australian portion of the West Australian telegraph line has been completed to within ninety miles of Eucla. Cable communication has been resumed this evening.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDI, March 1. The Treasurer states that the revenue for January and February exceeds that of the corresponding periods of last year by £20000. The University senate is likely to be formed shortly, as fifty graduates from other universities have been aduLitted. The leases of 7084 acres !of land in the Education reserve have been sold at an annual rental of £667. 1 he engineer of harbors has recom mended various alterations for the improve ment of the dredge Willunga at the cost of the contractors. The schooner Postboy, which was lost oa Glenelg, has been raised. MIr. David Murray contests the vacancy of East Torrebs. Only seven immigrants are now being maintained at the Government expense. The National Marine Insurance Company, in their half-yearly report, recommend a dividend of 2s 6d per share. There is nothing doing in breadstnus. Vignerons, says the Ararat Advertiser, describe the grape vintage this year as being light, but of excellent quality. Owing to the...
SOUTH ASUTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADsL&1DE, March 2. The candidates for the Legislative Council have visited Yo ke's Peninsula, and received votes in their favor. Advices from Western Australia state that the poling of the telegraph line is finished within 100 miles of Eucla. Most of the grape crop is affected with blight and oidium The yield of grain is slightly above the average. Additional items of mail news are pub lished. Amongst other persons killed in the Ohio railway accident was C. B. Bliss, composer of " Hold the Fort," and other revival hymns. The warehouses of Messrs. Hutcheson and Batcheler, wholesale ironmongers, Upper Thames-street, have been burnt. The damage is estimated at £5,000. Five men were drowned at Queens town through the upsetting of a boat. There was a terrific gale along the coast at the end of December. There were heavy rains exceeding anything known for years past, which caused considerable damage in all parts of the country, and in several towns. On the banks o...
ENGLISH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
ANGLTSH MAIL TABLE 1877. FROSM ENOLAND. Leaves London Leaves London Arrives Via Southampton Via Brindisi. at Melbourne. January . 11 January 19 March . . 6 F.'hn?ry . S February . 16 April . . 1 March . 8 March . . 16 May . Apri! . 5 April . 13 May . 25 May 3 I ay . 11 June. 23 [May 31 June . July . . 23 Jmle . 26 July . 6 August . . July . 26 August .3 September. 13 August . 23 August 31 October. 11 September . 20 September 23 November. 11 October . 18 October . 26 December . 1 November .15 November 23 January,1873 g December 13 December 21 February . 4 Fbox VICroaIRI - Leaves Arrives London Arrives at London Melbourne. Via ,rindisi. Via Southampton January, . 25 March . 12 March . 19 February . 22 April . 9 April . . . 16I March . 22 May . . 7 May . . 1 April . . 17 June . . 4 June . . . 11 Slay . . 15 July . . 2 July . . . June . . . 12 July . . 10 August . Jul . . . 10 August . 27 September . August . 7 September 24 October . .1 September . 4 October . 22 October . . 29 October ...
MARKETS MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. MELBOURNE, Feburary 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
MARKETS MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MAIRKET M ELBOUR'E, Feburary 2S. John George Dougharly reports :-Fat Cattle--,140 forward. Quality from good to inferior. Sales opened at about last week's rates, and closed firm, with keen competition for all good sorts, best beef making to 30s per 100 lbs. Quotations Best bullocks from L11 10s to L13 10s. My sales were -77 bullocks at from L7 17s 6d to L13; 22 cows from L5 7s 6d to LS 10s; 31. cows aid bullocks at market rates, and 29 others at quotations. Fat Calves--SO was the number for sale, highest sold to 55o. Fat Sheep-17,100 yarded for to-day's sale. Sales for all useful mutton readily disposed of at an advance of Is to Is 6d a head on late rates; other sorts difficult of sale at about formerly quoted prices. The M3el bourne Meat Preserving Company again bought largely. Quotations-Crossbred wethers from 8s to 15s, crossbred ewes from 7s to I5s, merino wethers from 6s to lls, merino ewes from is to 7s 6d. I sold 2,600 ewes to T7 6d, also several...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
Machinery, &c. THOMAS DAVET & CO. IRON MERCHANTS, AND IMPORTERS OF MAC H I N E R Of every description. TBAR Iron, Boiler Plates, Sheet Iron, Galvanised Iron (plain andeirrlugated) Tin Plates, Zinc Sheet Lead, Fncing Wire, oolpacks, WVire Rope, Quicksilver, Steel Anti-frictiol Greasce, Blasting Powder, Fuse,Wi e Nails, Oil,--Castor, Olive, Linseed, Colza, Kerosene, and all kinds of hard ware SOLE AGENTS FOR THE EMPIRE SELF-REGULATING WINDMILL. yo invaluable to squatters, which, on a?count of to wide-spread demand, is now sold at a REDUCED PRIUG PORiTA1BLE .t IIOSIIZONTAL ENSINI$ Also, a large to,:k (i Second-hand M1ACHINERY and MINING PLANT QUEEN ST'REET, 3IEI.i.IUR':i. BY 'ITHE IN LIEllSIGNED. (;[ ACI(INEI Y.--. ircular Saw Benches, .1 Baud Sawil,g Machines, 10 h.p. Horizontal Engine, S h.p. Portable Engine, 'Morticing Machines, S} inch back geared Screw Cutting Lathes, 15 feet beds, 12 inch do. do. Eley'spatentmetallicpinfireRevolver Cart ridges, Blasting and Gunpow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
MR. KNOTT, SOLICITO, H AS COMMENCED PRACTICE at Camperdown, and may be consulted daily at his office, Leura-street. Mr. Knott will also attend at Terang and h Mortlake on the usual court days. LOST: £1 REWARD.. L OST from Lismore about seven weeks ago. One BAY FILLY, branded JT - near shoulder, star or stripe on forehead. Anyone returning same to Geo. Skene, Lismore. will receive the above reward. WANTED. WTANTED to RENT a PROPERTY in Victoria of 3,000 to 5,000 acres, o with house. Apply to New Zealand Loan. w and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, 26 Queen-stret, Melbourne. T. HANCOCK, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer MURRAY-STREET, COLAC. Attendance on Mondays, Wednesdays. and Fridays. IEDICAIL NOTICE. DR. PETTIGREW intimates that he P will visit Cobden every Tuesday 0. morning, and will receive patients at Mr. Brown's, Chenmiir, from half-past ten to twelve o'clock. NOTICE. M R. PICKEN, Solicitor, Camperdown, will in future attend at TERANG on Court days, and can be consulted...
THE "LIBERAL" MEETING AT LILLYDALE. LILLYDALE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
THE "LIBERAL" MEETING AT t LILLYDALE. [By ELECTRIC TELEORArPI.] LILLYDAL, February 28. A public meeting was held at the Lillydale Rechabite.hall this evening, under the aus pice. of the local branch of the National Re- I form League, for the purpose of supporting the Opposition. The meeting had been ex tensively advertised by placards throughout the distriet, and there was a fair attendance, but the proceedings were very dull. Messrs. Graham Berry and Mirams, M.L.C.'s, at tended from Melbourne. Mr. Ellingsworth was voted to the chair, and in the course of his opening remarks hinted to Mr. Berry, if he should obtain a majority, the desirability of constructing a railway to the Upper Yarra. Mr. W. Read proposed the first resolution -" That this meeting emphaticallycondemns the course pursued during the present Parlia ment, and the retention of office after the re peated failures to carry their measures by the M'Culloch Ministry and their supporters, believing the same to be opposed to...
MILK AS AN ABSORBENT. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
MILK AS AN ABSORBENT. According to the extensive investiga tions of Di. Batlard, contagious germs resist an undetermined amount of heat. The hot water of the laundry has not prevented the propagation of scarlet-fever poison from infected clothes to those from healthy sources; these, on being being returned to their owners, have pro pagated the malady. It will be seen, then, how important it is that dairy utensils be cleansed with water known to be pure and free from any corrupting influence of sewage or filthy surroundings. As cold weather approaches, a practice, quite too common in the country, occurs for setting milk for cream in the kitchen pantry; indeed, not unfrequently, we have seen it placed on racks directly in the kitchen, where all the steam from cooking, as well as the breath and emana tions of those living in the room, are absorbed by the milk. This state of things we have observed more especially in cheese-making districts, where, from the habit of sending milk to the ...
ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAM.) ADELAIDE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
ARRIVAL a or TaH t ENGLISH MAIL ' (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEORAM.) ADELAIDE, March 1. The R.M.S. Assam anchored off Glenelg a shortly before 7 olclock this evening, having p made a splendid passage, arriving three days beforecontract time. She willreach Hobson's t B3ay late to-morrow night. The following is e a summary of the news. GENERAL SUMMARY. LoNDON, January 19. ci The British fleet left Besika Bay on the 28th December, the anchorage being very h dangerous in winter ; part of it have gone I to Smyrna and part to Malta. The Grand Duke Nicholas, commander of the chief Russian army, mobilising in b Bessarabia, has been dangerotsly ill. One i, report says it is to be attrfbuted to fever, which is seriously affecting his army, whilst another states an attempt was made to shoot him, and that he was dangerously wounded. A telegram three days back, states that a deputation of officers waited on the Grand Duke Nicholas, urging that the field should I be taken at once, or that th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
Conveyances. . COBB AND CO.'S WESTERN TELE GRAPH LINE. DAY COACHES. CAMPERDOWN AND .WINOHELSEA. nAY COACH in connection with rail at Winchelsea leaves Camperdown ?at .30 a.m., Colac,12 nOon,. arriving at. Winch?lsea in. time to connect with the train leaving fI? GClong, at 3.45 p.m.. Leave Win chelsea on atrival of train from Geelong at 11.15 a.m., due at Colac at 130 p.m., due at Canllirdobtrf at 6 p.m. FAItrs-Camperdown to Winchelsea .. 15s. Colac to Winchelsea .. .. Cs. NIGHT MAIL. d Belfast to Geelong ria Camperdowni. Mail Coaches from Belfast pass through Camper down on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11 p.m., reaching Winchelsea at 5.30 p.m. On Sundays leave Camperdo-wn at 1p.m. reaching Winchelsea at S p.m. RETURN IMAIL COACHES Leave WinchCisea. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11.30 p.m.; arriving at Camn perdown at 5.45 am. On Sunday leaves Winchelsea at 5 am., arriving at Camperdown at 11.30 ant. \ITH BRANCH LINE TO ?AORTLAKE, Ht...
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. MELBOURNE, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 3 March 1877
MELBOURNE STATION PRODUCE MARKET. .MELBOURNE, February 28. Messrs. J.. H. Clough and Co. report: Wool.-Beyond the sale held at our warehouses on Friday last, at which we offered 651 bales, there have been no sales held since our last leport, the quantity cos'"ng forward being only small, and consisting of a fe " 't i clips and remnants of those previously sold. Th ..,eaeon here is now nearly closed, and the sales will be only held at irregular initervals. Sheepskins -Our usual sales have been well attended through out the week, and we have disposed of an average supply as follows, viz :-For green pelts, 9d to 2s 9d ; dry skins, Is 6d to 5s each; station skins, in bales, 4d to Td per lb. Hides- We have disposed of our usual supply at the following prices :-For green Ox, 1Ss to s28; cow, 14s to 21s each; Victorian salted, id to 4!d ; New Zealand, 41d to 5d ; and calfskins to 5;d per lb. Tallow.--The quanrity offering is not large, and prices keep firm. Our sales are-For inferior, L27 ...
LANGTON V. THE AGE. ACTION FOR LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 March 1877
LAVGTON V. TILE AGE. ACTION FOR LIBEL. This action-Langton v. Syme, of the Agc -was commenced in the Supreme Court on a Friday morning last. Messrs. G. P. Smith, c M'Farland, and Hamilton were retained for the plaintiff, and Messrs. J. H. Dunne, Hol royd, Casey, and Williams for the defend- T ants. The jury, after ten challenges, was constituted of two warehousemen, two mer chants, four chemists, three accountants, and 0 one gentleman. The case was opened by 8 Mr. Hamilton, who submitted the article in which the alleged libel was contained. The general accusation was that there were cer tain political vermin who prostituted their public position for their own ends, and used - their Parliamentary position to secure the passage of bills which would put money individually into their purses. It was, in 2 the opinion of the plaintiff, insinuated that he was of this kind, while a second count charged the defendants with having pub lished this libel upon him in his capacity of an accountan...
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 March 1877
NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, ?farch 3. The cricket mntch, All-England Eleven v. Otago, was commenced at Dunedin yester. day. The Otago's first innings-total 76, in. cluding five byes. Hill and Southerton each took eight wickets. There were 5000 persons present. The Coronet, from the South Seas, arrived at Auckland, reports that the Bellevue, which left Sydney five months ago, arrived safely. Having loaded, she proceeded on her voyage to Cork. The crew mutinied, and the captain was compelled to put back to Tahiti. After settling all disputes he re sumed the voyage; but the vessel stranded on a reef as she was going out, and the wreck was sold for 50 dollars.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 March 1877
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, March 3. The commission of Governor Cairns ar. rived by the mail. Mr. W. Villeneuve Smith and Mr. David Murray are candidates for the vacancy in East Torrens. Robert Miles, aged twenty, hanged him. self at the hospital yesterday. The exports from Port Pirie for 1876 were over half a million sterling. Sales of wheat have been made at 6s 4d to 6s 5d. Large parcels of country flour sold at £14 los.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.) SYDNEY, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 March 1877
ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL (AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRPESS TEELGRAMS.) SYDNEY, March 3. The Zealandia arrived about five a.m., and after receiving pratique came up the harbor. AMERICAN SUMMARY. SaN FRAscIsco, February 3. The grain heavers of Brooklyn, N.Y., have struck against a reduction of 20 cents, per day on their wages, and injured or killed several of the hands who came to take their plane. A i.oeting of bankers and merchants was held in New York on the 25th January, to arrange a settlement between the defaulting Southern States and their creditors. The value of goods exported from San Francisco to Australia in 1S76 amounted to 477,439 dol , and the imports from the same country during the same period to 647, 3S2 dol. The Bennett-May affair has been the scandal of the month. The young proprietor of the Net York Herald was engaged to be married to May's sister, but not being able to break off his bachelor habits, the uatch wits broken off. This led to the bloodless duel betw...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [PER R.M.S. ASSAM TO ADELAIDE.] PERTH, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Camperdown Chronicle — 6 March 1877
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [PER R.M.S. AssAY To ADELAIDE.] PERTH, February 19. H.M.S. Nymphe arrived on the 15th. Captain Kendall, formerly Colonial Secre. tary of Ceylon, is likely to succeed Mr. Barlee. The Government have received 50 yards of satin from silk grown in Western Austra. lia. Improvements have been made on the racecourse for the race meeting in April. Seven miles of the Geraldtown and North. hampton Railway have been completed. Charles Tucky has been presented with a gold medal by the Hungarian Government for saving the lives of two sailors of the Stefano. A steam.dredge is employed in removing the obstructions of the month of the Swan River. William Baylin has been committed for the manslaughter of his paramour. Mr. Drummond, J.P., of Champion Bay, an old colonis t, has been committed for tria for shooting a man. Most of the grape crop is effected with blight and oidium. The eastern districts suffered greatly for want of water. The yield of grain is slightly above the averag...